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The Table Kevin Fehling in Hamburg – everyone at one table

The name says it all: the diners sit at the same table at The Table Kevin Fehling gourmet restaurant. This long curving wooden table winds its way through a modern restaurant featuring exposed concrete decor. As well as allowing diners to very easily engage in conversation – they can also watch the Head Chef and his team at work preparing the multi-course menu in the open kitchen.

Reflecting the city of Hamburg's tradition as a gateway to the world, Head Chef Kevin Fehling has no hesitation in using exotic ingredients in his creations. His restaurant's location in the new HafenCity district directly on Europe's second-biggest port is therefore surely no coincidence. Fragrances from distant lands blending with classic recipes and abundant creativity – these are the hallmarks of both the cuisine and the restaurant's surroundings.

The Table Kevin Fehling
Kevin Fehling

Head Chef: Kevin Fehling

Cuisine style*: creative, modern, sophisticated

Prices (not including drinks)*: from €195

Michelin Guide*:
"A dining experience with a difference. In this relaxed restaurant, diners sit at a long curving table and watch the chefs working with maximum concentration to combine the finest ingredients from all over the world in harmonious compositions! A perfect example of Kevin Fehling's characteristic precision, subtlety and outstanding presentation! First-class wine recommendations."

Contact and Reservations:
The Table Kevin Fehling
Shanghaiallee 15
20457 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 40 22867422
Online Reservations: www.thetable-hamburg.de/reservierungen
www.thetable-hamburg.de

The prices quoted are purely indicative.
*Source: www.bookatable.com

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Every one of the museum's collections is important in its own right but in combination they have an immense impact. The museum presents the medieval altars of Master Bertram and Master Francke, 17th century Dutch paintings and 19th century German paintings with extensive groups of works by Caspar David Friedrich, Philipp Otto Runge, Adolph Menzel and Max Liebermann. Works of the Classical Modernist period include paintings and sculptures by Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Edvard Munch, Emil Nolde, Paul Klee, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Beckmann, Lyonel Feininger, George Grosz and Max Ernst. The contemporary art section features alternating exhibitions, which have included Georg Baselitz, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Mona Hatoum and Jenny Holzer. The Department of Prints and Drawings comprises more than 120,000 works and is a museum in its own right. The Kunsthalle also runs the 'Museum At Home' initiative where art historians give their expert opinion on paintings (on canvas and wood), drawings and prints for a small fee.

Upcoming dates:

10.05.2019 - 22.09.2019

13.08.2019 - 05.01.2020

23.08.2019 - 10.11.2019

Venue

Hamburger Kunsthalle
Glockengießerwall 1
20095 Hamburg

All information on prices, dates and opening times are subject to change without notice.

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The Schmidts Tivoli building's octagonal auditorium is reminiscent of a circus arena and it has a plush, intimate atmosphere – perfect for musicals, comedy and variety. Schmidts Tivoli specialises in German-language musical revues, which are produced entirely inhouse: from the first to the last note, from the initial idea to the final performance.

Upcoming dates:

20.06.2019 - 18.08.2019

Venue

Schmidts TIVOLI
Spielbudenplatz 27
20359 Hamburg
Fon: +49 (0)40 31 77 88 99
info@tivoli.de

All information on prices, dates and opening times are subject to change without notice.

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Today, it is the only tournament in Germany to be part of the ATP World Tour 500 and is also one of the 20 largest tennis tournaments in the world. Its illustrious list of former champions includes tennis greats such as Rod Laver, Gottfried von Cramm, Budge Patty, Fred Stolle, Tony Roche, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Upcoming dates:

21.07.2019 - 29.07.2019

Venue

Rothenbaum-Stadion
Hallerstraße 89
20149 Hamburg

All information on prices, dates and opening times are subject to change without notice.

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